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I got lucky finding this website and am glad I did. My wife and I loved the 60's and 70's. The rest was just time wasted.

Admin reply: Glad you found us Mark.

Carl


Added: May 19, 2014
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excellent site

Admin reply: Thank you Roger.

Carl


Added: May 17, 2014
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I accidently found this site..thank god I did..I love it...Thank you for keeping our motown alive..I will always and forever have motown running through my veins... :!cool:

Admin reply: Thank you Angel for your comments. Motown was and still is a huge part of our musical heritage.

Carl


Added: May 17, 2014
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What a great site-I found it by accident. I'm 68 now but the "60's" were the best years of my life. Wouldn't trade them for anything and would live them again in a flash.

Admin reply: Glad you found us Ken.

Carl


Added: May 15, 2014
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I was reading about Rt 66. Grew up 11 miles from the highway. My sister's driveway comes off of old Rt 66.
Down the road is the Devils Elbow post office where my sister works. Anytime I go home for a visit I travel as much as I can on the Mother Road

Thanks

Admin reply: Thanks for sharing, Harry. Traveling across the country on most of Route 66 is still on my Bucket List.

Carl


Added: May 13, 2014
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I'd love to talk or write to "60's Kids" like me...I'll be 62 next month (June 23rd..)...I play music (Hofner Bass-Yes I do Sir Paul) and play my acoustic, electric, acoustic electric, keys, harmonica, and autoharp to all the 60's groups!...I'm also looking for board games and a couple of toys from the 50's and 60's I can't seem to find on ANY search engines....One is a 3D, 3 Stooges board game that you (physically)set up "Obstacles" ang moving items for you to put your playing piece thru...I remember a Tubular "forest" you could;t knok over, and a "Slide" you slid your playing piece down in the very beginning of the game.. Anyone recognize?? Thanks! Tony

Admin reply: I don't have a clue what that game may be or how to find it.

Carl


Added: May 12, 2014
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Great site. Found a song I had been thinking about for a while. "Don't let the rain come down". Still looking for another one. "Ain't gonna need this house no longer" :D

Admin reply: That is an oldie. It is actually called "This Ole House" by Stuart Hamblen although it has been done by some many artists including The Statler Brothers and Jimmy Dean.

Carl


Added: May 12, 2014
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I have just Celebrated my 60th birthday, and had a fantastic party, with a live 60s band. which has brought back many memories. The great music and wonderful outfits. Needless to say yes some of us did dress up. What a wonderful time to grow up in. I feel very privileged to have grown up in these years. :)

Admin reply: It sounds like you had lots of fun Hazel.

Carl


Added: May 12, 2014
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Found this site by accident, real treasure trove of "OUR GENERATION", going through for past 3hrs, helped me greatly going through a tough time today. THANK U sooo much.

Admin reply: You are welcome Bonnie.

Carl


Added: May 11, 2014
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I still live in the 60's because they were the grandest of times. Oh yeah, hot rod cars, no dope, and true love, that's what kept the American spirit alive all the way through the horror of Vietnam!

Admin reply: Thank your for stopping by and sharing your thoughts.

Carl


Added: May 11, 2014
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